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PostPosted: Mon Apr 19, 2010 7:57 am    Post subject: SEO Tips for Beginners Reply with quote

If you are new to blogging concept and SEO in particular, I’ll like to share with you some SEO Tips to help improve your site’s ranking in the Search Engine Results,

# Keyword in <title> Tag.
One of the most important factor to rank high in your chosen keyword is to have it – your keyword – inside the <title> tag. The <title> tag is what appear in the clickable link on the search engine results page. In what I have came to learn is that what appears in the beginning is more important than what comes next.

# SEO-Friendly URL.
By default, WordPress set the permalink structure as<www> which is a big NO NO for Search Engines Optimization (SEO). It doesn’t actually gives any indication to the robot what the url is all about.

# Proper use of keywords in (<H1>,<H2>,<H3>)
Don’t expect the search engine to figure out which are the headlines – it won’t. Instead, use your keywords in the <H1>, <H2>, and <H3> tags to provide clues to the search engine. A good buddy of mine, PB has revealed The Best SEO Tricks Ever that shows you how to optimize your keywords within those headlines.

# Keyword in image <alt> Tag.
Indeed images speak a thousand words but Search Engine Spiders don’t read images, they only read the <alt> tag which is the textual description of the image. Hence, it is important to always provide a meaningful description of an image with your keyword within the <alt> tag. Why you should care with the image ALT attribute.

If you want to know more about seo then please replay me...

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 23, 2013 7:35 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

You have explained very well. I am happy to see all these seo tips and learn alot..
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